A HUGE fight night is on this weekend when YouTubers face off against TikTok stars.
KSI’s brother Deji – who lost to Jake Paul in 2018 – is back in the ring to face TikTok star Vinnie Hacker.
When is YouTubers vs TikTokers?
Stars of YouTube and TikTokers do battle on Saturday, June 12 at the hard Rock Stadium in Miami.
The fight card starts from 11pm BST.
In the main event, YouTube star Austin McBroom fights TikTok sensation Bryce Hall.
Organisers have said: “Social Gloves: Battle of the Platforms is a one of a kind, unprecedented live PPV entertainment mega event that will include a Gatsby-esque over-the-top production boxing competition pitting the world’s largest social media stars from YouTube against the new icons from the explosive TikTok platform.”
How can I watch YouTubers vs TikTokers?
The event will be broadcast LIVE on the Live X Live platform.
The show costs $58.49 (£41) to purchase.
The event starts from 11pm BST.
What is the YouTubers vs TikTokers fight card?
- Tanner Fox vs Ryland Storms
- FaZe Jarvis vs Michale Le
- DDG vs Nate Wyatt
- Fan’s pick vs Tayler Holder
- Danny Duncan vs Fan’s pick
- Deji vs Vinnie Hacker
- Austin McBroom vs Bryce Hall
What have they said?
The event’s executive producer Paul Cazers said: “This event is a perfect storm of celebrity, social media, technology, digital marketing, pop culture and, at the end of the day, good old Hollywood 101 celebrity and industry magic.
“Every component of this singular moment is architected to be a larger than life spectacle and drive viewers across the planet through all social media platforms.
“Every model that we’re seeing is tracking this to be the largest PPV event in history.”
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